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BIGBILLY21
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Begonias in the baskets .

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AussieAl
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I'm really enjoying your garden photos, Billy.

Keep them coming!

Al.
Kezza
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Awww Billy your garden is getting better......beautiful pics....thanks for sharing... :giveheart:
BIGBILLY21
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A few more of the begonias are out.
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7grandsons
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Billy, Your yard must have the most amazing smells! Thank you for sharing the beauty with us. M.E.
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That second last pic ... the colours are similar to a sunset.... just amazing!!
BIGBILLY21
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Thanks all for your kind comments.
Here's a few of the petunias in the pots.

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BIGBILLY21
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The flowers are still coming out.

Teasel
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Self sown sunflower
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A nice late rose
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The perfume from the sweet peas is amazing
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Purple loosestrife
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The pink geranium likes its warm corner.
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Pouches on the wall
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tiellover
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Beautiful Billy. Teasel must be popular with the bird with those big seed heads.

Purple loosestrife is a big problem here. It's invasive and readily self-sows, so many states have banned it. We see it on the sides of roads all the time. Too bad it's so pretty!

Sunflowers never survive in my yard - the critters eat all the seeds, so planting them never works. lol
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